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Welcome. This bare-bones little faq details how to get fglrx working on slackware or 64 bit porting.<br>
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Welcome. This bare-bone little faq details how to get fglrx working on slackware or 64 bit porting.<br>
 
You can use the '''internal Slackbuild''' or the '''external Slackbuild''' in order to have fglrx packaged for Slackware.<br>
 
You can use the '''internal Slackbuild''' or the '''external Slackbuild''' in order to have fglrx packaged for Slackware.<br>
 
The '''internal Slackbuild''' is distributed within the official ATI installer.<br>
 
The '''internal Slackbuild''' is distributed within the official ATI installer.<br>

Revision as of 15:15, 31 January 2008

Welcome. This bare-bone little faq details how to get fglrx working on slackware or 64 bit porting.
You can use the internal Slackbuild or the external Slackbuild in order to have fglrx packaged for Slackware.
The internal Slackbuild is distributed within the official ATI installer.
The external Slackbuild is for driver version < 8.37.6 and for the latest driver patches.
You can find more detailed information about both of them on the following links.
Enjoy!

Installation

Internal Slackbuild


External Slackbuild

Tips and Tricks

Slamd64 - You need to install GCC 3.3 libraries for fglrx. Download and install cxxlibs5. You will also need to install the 32 bit compatibility libraries in /c.

Related Resources


Distribution Neutral Steps

Verifying | Configuring | Troubleshooting